Select the possessive form of the underlined word in this sentence.
Kim son is an amazing artist.
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I believe it would be A because the rule is when the word does not end with a s, add a apostrophe then a s :) Understand?
Possessive nouns indicate that there is ownership. That specific ownership and how it is to be used is what we are trying to find here.
An example for the usage of possessive noun could be:
Ronald's car wouldn't start this morning.
Alexis' mother served ten years in the U.S. Army.
Notice how in one you add the apostrophe and "s" whereas the other you only add the apostrophe? This is because Alexis already has an "s" at the end of it. So in this case, you add the apostrophe to it. Ronald doesn't have an s at the end of it. Which is why it would make a little more sense to add the apostrophe and an "s" to it.
With that in mind, let's look at the answer choices below.
Kim’s ---> This would be the most correct way to use possessive noun. Look below to see why the other answers are incorrect.
Kimes' ---> This is combining both plural and possessive. It is incorrect because we are looking for a possessive noun that is correct.
Kims ---> Again, this person is using plural. Only difference is there is no apostrophe. This is indicating that there is more than one Kim. Unless this is some sort of weird, confusing sci-fi paradox thing, I highly doubt it would be applicable to this situation. Plus, this isn't using any possessive nouns. Just plural.
Kims' ---> Close. But, Kim doesn't have an "s" at the end of her name. If that was the case, this would be the right way to use the plural term. Keep in mind the example I explained with Alexis.
Hope this helps.